Dr. Suporior Campbell
Dr. Suporior Campbell is the owner and C.E.O. of Victory Professional Development Center. Dr. Campbell is a former educator, hospitalist, and mid-level provider. She is married to Pastor Leo Campbell.
Certified CPR Instructor
COO & CPR/
First Aide Instructor
Leo Campbell retired from Alabama Power Company in April 2020 after 33 years. Since 2005, he has served as the pastor of The First Missionary Baptist Church in Tensaw, Alabama. Mr. Campbell enjoys spending time with his family, being a part of ministry, studying the word of God, and growing the businesses.
David Betts is an Auburn alumni who initially started as a Medical Technician at Springhill Hospital in 1991 while working part-time at Franklin Primary Health Center, Inc. Betts served as Laboratory Director for the Franklin network, LabCorp, and Quest.
MSN, BSN, BS, RN
Annie Braxton is passionate about motivating and empowering students to be achievers. She has served as a cardiac nurse, director of Infection Control, and chosen to be employee of the month. She believes healthcare is more than a desire, it's a calling.
Loved by students and faculty alike, Professor Ashley Williams has been teaching with knowledge, enthusiasm and joy in our school for years. We can’t say enough about the educational accolades of Professor Ashley Williams!
Cynthia Howell lives in St. Stephens, AL. Her hobbies include sewing, shopping, and browsing antique stores. Ms. Howell hopes she is making a different in someone life. She says this is the "best job ever, working as an instructor for VPDC."
Patricia Hudson is responsible for regulatory compliance of the laboratory. She has a broad knowledge of training skills, competency and development for more than 23 years. Ms. Hudson is very compassionate about her work.
BS, BSN, RN-C, CNA
Anitra Jarreau has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and a BSN degree. She enjoys being an allied health and nursing educator. "It is a pleasure serve the students of VPDC and assist the future health professionals of tomorrow."
CPT, MA, CPC, CPR
Tiffany Grace has worked in the medical field for 10 years. She a wife of 17 years, a mother of 3 children, and an assistant pastor. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, bowling, and helping in the outreach ministry in the community.
Urlica Pernell is a native of Jackson Ala. and a Jackson High Alumni of '93. She a mother of two children, NaPortia and Katelon. She was a Medical Assistant before becoming a CPT. She also work with the Mobile County Health Department.
"Lab is what I love."
Cornelia Dyess has worked with Victory Professional Development Center for more than three years - serving and teaching the next generation of certified nursing assistants.
Director of Marketing
Courtney Steele started her career with a background in broadcast journalism and is now using that experience in the role of public relations and marketing. She enjoys traveling, trying new foods, working on her business, and spending time with friends and family
Markita Stewart is an exciting member of the VPDC team who teaches the certified medical assistant program in Jackson, AL. She enjoys using her bubbly personality to bring laughter and fun to the curriculum she teaches.
RN, BSN, CIC
Colleen Williams has been a nurse for more than 46 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals and nursing homes. She has extra training and experience in infection prevention. Williams is now interested in sharing her knowledge with her CNA students.
RN, NRCEKG, RMA, CST, RPT, AHI
EKG Program Coordinator
Iris Williams is a self-driven, motivated individual who strives in assisting students in reaching their career goals in life. Williams has more than 20 years of in-field experience in nursing and education as mandated by ABN.
Tameka Dale-Wright brings years of experience in customer service, leadership, teamwork, and reliability to the VPDC team. She enjoys being a valuable asset and extending her service to all who encounter this well-structured and growing company.